Tennis Center at Crandon Park

Tennis Center at Crandon Park

Tennis Center at Crandon Park History

If you've never made it out to see tennis in person, you have absolutely no idea what you've been missing, as the Tennis Center at Crandon Park is always absolutely filled with great fans who pour into the stands to see pro tennis at its finest. As the home to the Miami Masters, formerly known as the Sony Ericsson Open, Tennis Center at Crandon Park has some of the best tennis tournaments of the year, giving you plenty of reasons to ditch the couch and head out to see the action first-hand. As soon as you're there soaking up the vibes of a great tennis match, you'll be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else.

Ever since opening in 1991, this is a venue that has been the pride of the Key Biscayne, Florida sports scene for a very long time. With a capacity of more than 13,000 for the biggest events of the year, this is a venue that can feel intimate and enormous at the same time, providing the perfect backdrop for a top-tier tennis match featuring some of the best players in the world. The Tennis Center also is the hub for the best junior talent in the area as well, as it hosts the Junior Orange Bowl and has development programs for teens looking to take their tennis game to the next level.


The Pro Tennis Experience

Unless you've been living under a rock, you'll know that one of the premier sporting events of the day is the tennis, though that's something that you'll have to see first-hand to truly appreciate. Put down the remote, step away from the flatscreen and get ready to see a big match up close and personal this season. At events like the Miami Masters, you can catch the best men and women tennis players in the world for an event affectionately referred to as the fifth major, and you'll see loud and clear that being a part of a big tennis match alongside thousands of tennis lovers brings you a completely different level of experience.


The Events

If you want to catch one of the biggest tournaments of the year, the Miami Masters is definitely for you, as it remains the main attraction around this popular venue in Key Biscayne, Florida. Played yearly at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park, the Miami Masters gives fans some anticipation as the best men and women tennis players on the planet unite for a unique event that has the whole town talking. Fans can also see top-tier events like the Junior Orange Bowl and a slew of others, giving you plenty of opportunities to see tennis the way it was meant to be seen.


Key Biscayne, Florida

On the fingertips of Miami, Key Biscayne is known for being one of the most beautiful places on the Eastern seaboard, providing plenty of scenic tranquility to go along with a riveting sports scene that has a little something for everyone. It's always a good idea to head out to South Beach and see LeBron and the Heat do their thing, but this is an area that has a lot more going for it than just a top-tier NBA and Major League Baseball team. First charted by famous explorer Ponce de Leon all the way back in the early 16th century, Key Biscayne has been around for a very long time, and one look at the scenery will make you understand why this is one of those places that you need to make it out to sooner or later.


Tennis Center at Crandon Park Trivia

Did you know that the Tennis Center at Crandon Park has a capacity of up to 13,300 people?

Tennis Center at Crandon Park is simply a celebration of tennis played at the highest level, and thousands upon thousands of fans are known to head out to the biggest events of the year like the Miami Masters. Sure, we know you can get a glimpse of the action from home, and watching some of the pros do their thing on the TV is better than nothing, but once you're actually there watching tennis the way it was meant to be seen with a venue that has a scope to match the talent level, you'll be kicking yourself for not making it to the big match much sooner.


The Fans

If you don't know about the tennis fans at this world-class venue, you'll be in for a real education when you get out to Tennis Center at Crandon Park to see it all for yourself in another bench-gripping season of tennis. Though there are plenty of options for entertainment around these parts, but there's a reason that such a popular tennis tournament has found a home at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park. When the crowd is glued to the action on the court and one of your favorite players is digging in during a nail-biter, you'll be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else.

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